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Phillipa Soo

Phillipa Soo is an actor and singer, best known for originating the role of “Eliza” in Broadway’s critically acclaimed HAMILTON, earning her a Tony nomination, a Grammy win, and an Emmy nomination for the award-winning film on Disney+. She has also appeared as “Cinderella” in INTO THE WOODS on Broadway, and “Guinevere” in Aaron Sorkin’s Broadway revival of CAMELOT, among many other plays and musicals. She stars in the film adaptation of Taylor Jenkins Reid’s bestselling novel, ONE TRUE LOVES, and voices the moon goddess, “Chang’e,” in Netflix’s animated feature, OVER THE MOON. On television, Soo can be seen in Hulu’s DOPESICK and in AppleTV+’s SHINING GIRLS. She resides in Brooklyn with her husband and fellow actor, Steven Pasquale.

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